Reviews and Problems with Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 3010
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Epson Home Cinema 3010 Home Theater Projector Review
18 October 2011
Conclusion: Assuming you agree with us, and are seriously considering one of these Epson's, which do you buy? The Home Cinema 3010 , or the Home Cinema 3010e ? Since I've already received a couple of email questions about that, let me simplify. Either will give you 3D, and the real difference, with them both doing 3D, is $400. A $200 price difference, and 2 pair of glasses for the 3010e.
Pros: Brightest 3D projector we've reviewed to date, and the first that has good 3D brightness on an average sized (100" to 110") and surfaced screen, even with a little ambient light!, Handles large screens for 2D viewing., Very good overall color, Skin tones are very good post calibration, not bad at all, even without, Very good shadow detail, Excellent lamp life (4000 hours/5000 hours), HDMI 1.4a inputs (2) allows for support for Blu-ray 3D content, 2 pair of 3D glasses ...
Cons: Black level performance is good but not "ultra-high-contrast", No lens shift, Only front feet adjustable, and having rear adjustable would simplify for some layouts, Minor 3D artifacts including crosstalk, Could be quieter in full power mode, Lacks CFI - creative frame interpolation